This progression toward ever-higher stages of divine perfection extends beyond death, continuing into the afterlife.
Sears's followers call this progression "attachment parenting" and it seems to have something to do with attachment.
She was left with an aching desire to turn back time and stop the progression of that clock.
Gangrene is not curable by current medical intervention once past a certain point in its progression, except by amputation.
There has to be a progression in what Francis is willing to do in order to move forward, and that was the natural progression.
Her productions showed a good deal of sameness and a certain lack of progression.
Induction, says Aristotle, is "the progression from singulars to universals."
Thus, you perceive the infinite order and the beautiful symmetry of the great law of evolution and progression.
In fact, it is like the progression from nothing to something.
Her line of progression brought her within four yards of the place where he stood waiting in the shadow of a giant spruce.
late 14c., "action of moving from one condition to another," from Old French progression and directly from Latin progressionem (nominative progressio) "a going forward, advancement, growth, increase," noun of action from past participle stem of progredi "go forward," from pro- "forward" (see pro-) + gradi "to step, walk," from gradus "step" (see grade (n.)).